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Feiner v. New York

Feiner v. New York

Feiner v. New York, 340 US 315 (1951) was a United States Supreme Court case involving Irving Feiner's arrest for a violation of section 722 of the New York Penal Code, "inciting a breach of the peace," as he addressed a crowd on a street.On the evening of March 8, 1949, Irving Feiner was arrested after making an inflammatory speech to a mixed crowd of 75 or 80 black people and white people at the corner of South McBride and Harrison Streets in Syracuse, New York. Feiner, a college student, h...
It's Called Life

It's Called Life

It's Called Life is the debut studio album by Canadian rapper Eternia. The album was nominated for Rap Recording of the Year at the 2006 Juno Awards.
Ebenezer Denny

Ebenezer Denny

Ebenezer Denny (March 11, 1761 – July 21, 1822) was a soldier during the American Revolutionary War whose journal is one of the most frequently quoted accounts of the surrender of the British at the siege of Yorktown. Denny later served as the first Mayor of Pittsburgh, from 1816 to 1817.Denny was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on March 11, 1761, the eldest son of William and Agnes Parker Denny. At the age of 13 he was entrusted to carry dispatches across the Allegheny Mountains by the ...
Kropswolde railway station

Kropswolde railway station

Kropswolde (Dutch pronunciation: [krɔpsˈʋɔldə]; abbreviation: Kw) is an unstaffed railway station in Foxhol near Kropswolde in the Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 May 1868 and is located on the Harlingen–Nieuweschans railway between Groningen Europapark and Martenshoek in the province of Groningen. The train services are operated by Arriva.The railway station is located at the Woldweg in the village of Foxhol, just north of the village of Kropswolde, both part of the municipality of ...
Communes of Niger

Communes of Niger

Politics portalThe Departments of Niger are subdivided into communes. As of 2005, in the seven Regions and one Capital Area, there were 36 départements, divided into 265 communes, 122 cantons and 81 groupements. The latter two categories cover all areas not covered by Urban Communes (population over 10000) or Rural Communes (population under 10000), and are governed by the Department, whereas Communes have (since 1999) elected councils and mayors. Additional semi-autonomous sub-divisions inc...
Snow Treasure

Snow Treasure

Snow Treasure is a children's novel by Marie McSwigan. Set in Nazi-occupied Norway during World War II, it recounts the story of several Norwegian children who use sleds to smuggle their country's gold bullion past German guards to a waiting ship, the Cleng Peerson. Published in 1942, it has been in print ever since. The book was made into a movie of the same name in 1968, directed by Irving Jacoby.The book is set in Norway in 1940, and starts out with four Norwegian children, Peter, Michael,...
You're Telling Me!

You're Telling Me!

You're Telling Me! is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy film released by Paramount Pictures, and starring W. C. Fields; this film is a remake of his earlier silent film So's Your Old Man (1926), and both films are adapted from the story Mr. Bisbee’s Princess by Julian Leonard Street.Sam Bisbee (W. C. Fields) is an optometrist and an amateur inventor. His daughter Pauline (Joan Marsh) is in love with Bob Murchison (Buster Crabbe), but Bob's upper-class mother (Kathleen Howard) wants nothing to d...
Velilla del Río Carrión

Velilla del Río Carrión

Velilla del Río Carrión is a municipality located in the province of Palencia, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 1,632 inhabitants.Here is the Velilla Power Plant, a coal-fired power station, and the Fuentes Tamáricas, cantabrian intermittent fountains.Velilla view from the mountainsFontes TamariciVelilla Power PlantCoordinates: 42°50′N 4°50′W / 42.833°N 4.833°W / 42.833; -4.833
Qüxü County

Qüxü County

Qüxü County, or Qushui or Chushur or Chushul, is a county in the Lhasa prefecture-level city southwest of the main center of Lhasa, Tibet, China. It is mountainous in the northwest, flatter near the Lhasa River, which runs through the east of the county, and the Yarlung Tsangpo, which forms the southern border. The population as of 2000 was 29,690, mostly engaged in agriculture or animal husbandry. The county is home to the Nyethang Drolma Lhakhang Temple.In the Tibetan language the name mean...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1933

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1933

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1933, adopted unanimously on June 30, 2010, after reaffirming resolutions 1893 (2009), 1911 (2010) and 1924 (2010) on the situation in Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and Resolution 1885 (2009) on the situation in Liberia, the Council extended the mandate of the United Nations Operation in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI) and supporting French forces until December 31, 2010 and expanded UNOCI's mandate with provisions to strengthen its capacity to consolidate stabi...
Frank Tompkins

Frank Tompkins

Spanish-American WarPhilippine-American WarBorder WarWorld War IColonel Frank Tompkins (September 28, 1868 – December 21, 1954) was an officer in the United States Army. Tompkins served in numerous conflicts including the Spanish-American War in Cuba, the Philippine-American War, the Mexican Border War, and World War I. Recommended by General John J. Pershing for the Medal of Honor, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his leadership during the 1916 Battle of Columbus, New Mexic...
Little City

Little City

Little City is a 1997 comedy/romance film written and directed by Roberto Benabib. It went straight to video in the UK.The movie begins with Kevin sitting in an AA support group saying he thought his relationships with women would change after he stopped drinking. Kevin sees a woman he wants, but loses interest in her after he gets her. He realizes this is not a healthy relationship pattern but doesn't know how to change it.Rebecca, a single woman new to the "small town" of San Francisco, mee...
Kerberos Saga Rainy Dogs

Kerberos Saga Rainy Dogs

Kerberos Saga Rainy Dogs, (犬狼伝説 紅い足痕 (Kenrou Densetsu Akai Ashiato, lit. "Dog-Wolf Legend: The Red Footsteps"), is a 2003-2005 Kerberos saga manga written by Mamoru Oshii and illustrated by Mamoru Sugiura who was in charge of the continuity in the Kerberos Panzer Cop manga. The story is the sequel to the Kerberos Panzer Cop and a prequel to the StrayDog movie.Kerberos Koichi Todome (都々目紅一) chases elite sniper Eito Kurosaki (黒崎英斗) a.k.a. "Afghan Hound" in Asia with a vengeance. During the Kerb...
Home appliance

Home appliance

Home appliances are electrical/mechanical machines which accomplish some household functions, such as cooking or cleaning. Home appliances can be classified into:This division is also noticeable in the maintenance and repair of these kinds of products. Brown goods usually require high technical knowledge and skills (which get more complex with time, such as going from a soldering iron to a hot-air soldering station), while white goods may need more practical skills and "brute force" to manipu...
!Hero (album)

!Hero (album)

!Hero is an album featuring the songs from the rock opera, !Hero. It is based on the question, "What if Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania?" The rock opera modernizes Jesus' last two years on earth and features a cast of many well-known Christian artists with Michael Tait, Rebecca St. James, and Mark Stuart as the three main characters: Hero (Jesus), Maggie (Mary Magdalene), and Petrov (Peter)."Raised in Harlem" was featured on Hip Hope Hits 2005, a compilation album on Gotee Records.
M Street (Washington, D.C.)

M Street (Washington, D.C.)

The name "M Street" refers to two major roads in the United States capital of Washington, D.C. Because of the Cartesian coordinate system used to name streets in Washington, the name "M Street" can be used to refer to any east-west street located twelve blocks north or south of the dome of the United States Capitol (not thirteen blocks, as there is no J Street). Thus, in all four quadrants of the city there are streets called "M Street", which are disambiguated by quadrant designations, namel...

La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata

La Revolución de Emiliano Zapata is a Mexican rock band that broke sales records in Europe and Mexico with their hit song 'Nasty Sex' at the height of the counterculture era of the early 1970s. Breaking ties with their original concept as the hippie era waned worldwide by the mid-1970s, they continued actively interpreting romantic ballads with considerable success. In 2009, they returned as a rock act.In the era of psychedelic rock and under the influence of American hippies of the late 1960...
Norberto Alonso

Norberto Alonso

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of May 2007.Norberto Osvaldo Alonso (born 4 January 1953), known colloquially as "Beto" Alonso, is a former Argentine football midfielder, who played the majority of his career for the Argentine club River Plate. He remains one of their most iconic players. He stands in fifth place in River Plate's all time goalscoring records with 149 goals and in 7th place in their all time appearances record with 374 m...

Council of Baptist Churches in Northeast India

Council of Baptist Churches in Northeast India is a major Christian denomination of North East India. It is a member of the Asia Pacific Baptist Federation. It is also a member body of the North East India Christian Council, the regional council of the National Council of Churches in India. The Council of Baptist Churches in Northeast India has about 1,099,548 members in 5,585 churches.The first American Baptist missionaries reached North East India in 1836. Nathan Brown and 0.T. Cutter, alon...

Eternity (Angel)

"Eternity" is episode 17 of season 1 in the television show Angel, originally broadcast on the WB television network. In this episode, Angel acts as a bodyguard to a fading actress named Rebecca. When she discovers Angel is a vampire, she begs him to make her eternally young as well - after first slipping him a drug to make him more agreeable to her request. However, the drug-induced euphoria reverts Angel to evil Angelus, and he almost kills Rebecca before Wesley and Cordelia arrive to knock...
KV20

KV20

KV20 is a tomb in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt). It was probably the first royal tomb to be constructed in the valley. KV20 was the original burial place of Thutmose I (who was later re-interred in KV38) and later was adapted by his daughter Hatshepsut to accommodate both her and her father. The tomb was known to the Napoleonic Expedition in 1799, but a full clearance of the tomb only was undertaken by Howard Carter in 1903, although it had been visited by several explorers between 1799 and...
Downs Light Railway

Downs Light Railway

The Downs Light Railway is the world's oldest private miniature railway, with a track gauge of 9 ⁄2 in (241 mm). The Railway is located within the private grounds of The Downs School (Colwall, Malvern, Worcestershire). The railway was built and opened in 1925 by Geoffrey Hoyland (Headmaster) as a 7 ⁄4 in (184 mm) gauge railway, for the principal purpose of education. The railway was regauged during the 1930s to the larger gauge of 9 ⁄2 in, to allow for ...
Area codes 214, 469, and 972

Area codes 214, 469, and 972

214, 469, and 972 are the North American telephone area codes for Dallas, Texas and most of the eastern portion of the Metroplex.The main area code, 214, was one of the original area codes established in October 1947. It originally covered the entire northeastern quadrant of Texas, from Fort Worth to the border with Arkansas and Louisiana. Given the rotary dialing technology of the time, the North American Numbering Plan Administrator wanted to keep the number of "clicks" to a minimum for den...

Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan

Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan (طحنون بن محمد آل نهيان) is the Ruler's Representative of the Eastern Region of the United Arab Emirates. He was previously chairman of Abu Dhabi state owned oil company.His Highness Sheikh Tahnoun bin Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, the Ruler’s Representative in the Eastern Area was one of the few people who had the honour of accompanying the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founding father and builder of the United Arab Emirates, from an early age. ...
The Vicar of Wakefield (1910 film)

The Vicar of Wakefield (1910 film)

The Vicar Of Wakefield is a 1910 American silent short drama produced by the Thanhouser Company. The film was adapted from Oliver Goldsmith's novel The Vicar of Wakefield, but covers only part of the plot and deviates significantly from the book to allow the story to be told within the confines of a single reel of film.The film begins with the vicar and his family heading to a picnic with Squire Thornhill, during the course of which the vicar notices Thornhill's interest in his daughter, Oliv...
Hugo Loetscher

Hugo Loetscher

Hugo Loetscher (December 22, 1929 – August 18, 2009) was a Swiss writer and essayist.Loetscher was born in Zürich, and grew up there. He studied philosophy, sociology and literature at the University of Zürich and the Sorbonne. At Zürich in 1956 he obtained a doctorate with a work called Die politische Philosophie in Frankreich nach 1945 (Political Philosophy in France after 1945").Afterwards, he was literature reviewer for the newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung and the magazine Weltwoche. From 1...
Flim-Flam!

Flim-Flam!

Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns, and Other Delusions is a 1980 book by magician and skeptic James Randi about paranormal, occult, and pseudoscience claims. The foreword is by science fiction author Isaac Asimov.Randi explores topics which he says that scientists and the media are too willing to promote without skepticism and proper expertise.Timothy Ferris wrote that Flim Flam! "will enlighten any reader who does not clearly understand that not one shard of evidence exists to prove that th...
2013 PFF National Men's U-23 Championship

2013 PFF National Men's U-23 Championship

The 2013 PFF National Men's U-23 Championship (known as the PFF-Suzuki U-23 Championship for sponsorship reasons) is the second edition of a football tournament in the Philippines organized by the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) and Japanese automaker Suzuki. It is the national competition of Men's Under-23 players representing the member associations of Philippine Football Federation.On March 19, it was reported that the Final Qualifying Round will be held at Perdices Stadium in Dumague...

Susan Dunn

Susan Dunn (born July 23, 1954) is a Grammy Award-winning American spinto soprano who has performed in many of the world's finest opera houses, concert halls, and theaters in operas, oratorios, and concert performances. Dunn is particularly admired for her portrayals of Verdi heroines. She currently lives in Durham, North Carolina where she works as a professor of vocal music at Duke University.Susan Dunn was born on July 23, 1954 in Malvern, Arkansas to A.C. and Cynthia Dunn and grew up in B...
Bukit Sari (state constituency)

Bukit Sari (state constituency)

Bukit Sari is a state constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly since 2006.The state constituency was created in the 2005 redistribution and is mandated to return a single member to the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly under the first past the post voting system.2006–2016: The constituency contains the polling districts of Sundar, Bukit Sari, Merapok, Lawas, Gelapas, Awat, Baru, Luagan, Aru, Pagar, Katong, Pemukat, Dato, Belipat, ...
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